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Suzuki reccomend to change gear box oil every 94000 miles dextron 3 is what should be in it i have also put in lucas transmisson fix in it but it still whines

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Box, the Automatic transmission. 3speed or 4speed or?

no car stated, just suzuki. no year stated.? so.... i guess that....

50k is better service. (if done right)

whines is death rattle. (doom/ the end play)

unless overfilled, or under filled, and its aerating the AFT and starving bearings. and whines. causing soon ,the death rattle.



did you follow the correct steps to fill it? running hot.?????

dexron max use the largest number on the shelf III is not made, nor ever necessary, DEX VI is on the shelf now.

Dexron is downward compatible to mark II. (read their pages)

50k is best or 40k better (by lab tests!)

http://www.fixkick.com/IGN_timing/tune-ups.html#Automatic.

many car manuals leave out the service, do to DIY doing it wrong

and wrecking a good transmission. in fac,t they took off the dip stick for that reason, later years.



level checks on ONE Suzuki, (guessing yours I am)

http://www.fixkick.com/tranny/checks/AT-DIP.pdf



do not over full it.



what suzuki?

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